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new details on what happened inside the plane. >> a student sitout in san lorenzo. parent are sticking up for teacher pay, but the move could end up costing the teachers money. "today in the bay" starts right now. >> good tuesday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> we are waking up to low clouds, same scenario, not much sunshine until 11:00 this morning. really more cloud cover than anything. temperatures right now still back and 49 degrees and warm later on in the south bay. 63 in the east bay and san francisco will manage a few peeks of sunshine and 59 degrees there in the north bay and mid-60s. big storm headed our way in the next report. >> it's very early, we have lighter traffic, obviously. it's tuesday, but tuesday in december. we should see a pretty good drive.
right now looking for the glow for these lights. moisture in the air and no fog on the span just yet and the zipper truck just be to the north side having moved that center divide for the morning commute. look at the map and road weather index indicating some fog up in the north bay. i-80 coming through fairfield and heading all the way up towards sacramento. visibility will be tough along the i-80 corridor. as far as the speeds look very good. no problems for the tri-valley and earlier crash across the santa clara mountains. no slowing for the santa clara summit. back to you. new details now on some scary moments onboard an air france flight from sfo bound for paris last night. but it was forced to make an emergency landing in montreal. that due to a bomb threat. we first broke this story on twitter and received these pictures from a passenger onboard. the airline has since released the stamtement saying the crew f flight 83 decided to divert and landed just before midnight
eastern standard time. crews checked the plane with passengers onboard and gave the all clear. the plane took off from montreal a few hours ago. an investigation still under way, though, to find out the origin of that threat. it is 5:02. as much of the country remains on edge following last week's terror attacks in san bernardino. donald trump thinks he has a solution. ban all muslims from entering the u.s. >> kris sanchez tracking reaction from trump's latest approval. coming from members of his own party. >> trying to distance themselves, as well. the kind of action that president obama cautioned against. some action with donald trump and also with citizens who are calling muslim groups here in the bay area. overnight donald trump spoke on the "uss yorktown" calling for a complete and other shut down of muslims in the u.s. based on his contention that waging war in this country is a good thing.
now, uraliearlier this month he called for muslims to register with the government. democrats are decrying that as an unamerican and even republican candidates are distancing themselves. held outside the santa clara county office building in san jose. in attendance were members of the bay area, they have taken phone calls from people telling them to gehome and even to die. the national leader of that council responded more frankly saying donald trump is playing right into the hands of radical islamists. >> they have no respect for human life. we have to do something. don't worry about profiling. i promise i will defend you from profiling. >> his ideas are not just unconstitutional, they are unamerican. have we learned anything from history, mr. trump?
>> now, donald trump just this morning said that the comparison between him and hitler is perposturous. he claims that 25% of muslims polled recently believes that violence against the u.s. in the united states can justified. he cites that from the center for security policy, which is a conservative think tank. but 86% of muslims in the u.s., when they were polled in 2011 by the pew research center said rarely justified and 48% said their own religious leaders have not done enough to decry islamic extremists. also more on donald trump's reaction to the comparison with him. laura? >> pretty strong words there. thank you very much. 5:04 right now. last night the grieving san bernardino community came together once again in an attempt to heal in the wake of last night's terror attacks. some attendies lit candles for each one of the 14 victims
killed. >> light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it. >> as that community attempts to heal, revealing more about the husband and wife terror team responsible for the massacre. this new photo shows tashfeen malik arriving back in 2014. investigators say both were radicalized and had been for some time. authorities also tracked their movements in the days before the attack and found that farook did target practice before the shooting rampage. more survivers are giving their first-hand accounts of the terror that happened inside the conference room. >> it seems endless and never seems to stop. it was constantgunfire. >> authorities disclosed a year before the rampage, farook's co-workers underwent active shooter training in that same conference room where he and his wife opened fire. it's not clear if farook
attended that training session. parents making their voices heard in the east bay, a potential strike has moms and dads pulling their kid out of school in support of teachers demanding higher pay for the staff. "today in the bay" stephanie chuang is live where day two of the protests are expected this morning and the question here, steph, is how effective these measures will be in getting teachers more money. >> we'll see what happens with that, sam. it will change in a matter of hours here in front of the san lorenzo offices where we're expecting parents, once again, to protest and for day two pull their kids out of school. the chants there. we're talking about 150 or so parents and teachers protesting yesterday. this is about forcing the district to lose attendance money and listen to teacher demands of a pay raise. the union talks started last february. haven't gone very far. teachers are asking for a 6.2%
pay increase and the district is operating in the red and only afford 1.5% raise. a strike is very possible. some parents are pulling their kids out of school to send a very clear message. >> my whole point is to hopefully make an impression to the school district that we do not want to go on strike. >> my message is pulling children out of school will not change our budget conditions. it will make it worse. >> and it district is, in fact, loses tens of thousands of dollars. each student that misses school will and altogether yesterday we're talking about four times the normal number of absences and more than 1,200 reported in one day and that totals more than $44,000 the district lost, again, in just one day. we're talking about it happening for a second day. happen at 10:00 this morning. live here in san lorenzo,
stephanie chuang. also happening today, shelter crisis. that's what santa clara city leaders could declare tonight. "today in the bay" bob redell live in san jose. a lot more urgent and wet, cold weather ahead of us. >> laura, yes. you've got the possibility of el nino with those heavy rains and possible flooding and don't forget about the cold temperatures. it was just this past tuesday night last week that a man froze to death underneath an underpass just about a few blocks away from san jose city hall where i'm at right now. now, if the city council declared a crisis churches or other faith-based organizations could be allowed to provide beds and a place for the homeless people to sleep. that's something that's not normally legally permitted but waived when there is crisis. the city council will consider opening up four warming centers and the council could up to
$40,000 to pay for the nearly 4,000 homeless people in santa clara county get through this winter. expected to discuss another idea. this is an idea that could be controversi controversial. a tent city that will be no more than for 40 people. he questions whether a suitable site could be found and whether it could be made safe and he told the paper look at seattle and sacramento where similar tents that failed. all part of a discussion to take part tonight in the city council meeting. bob redell "today in the bay." bob mentioned the rain. we have some actually coming this week, anthony. fog is what we're dealing with right now. >> foggy today and then tomorrow morning we'll see the fog and by tomorrow night, we'll see the rain. that will be pretty heavy at times coming in on thursday morning. right now, again, all about the fog and cloud cover. temperatures in the 50s and that
fog acts as a blanket overnight. temperatures not that cold this morning. later on this afternoon, a few peeks of sunshine. temperatures manage to warm lalt bit more than yesterday. san francisco today clocking in right at 59 degrees. we'll talk more about that system headed our way and let's toss things over to mike. >> connector from san francisco which you can almost make out this morning. low clouds hover right at the top of the towers. we'll see fog and it will affect your drive this morning. look at a bay bridge toll plaza itself. no backup just yet and we can clearly see the east shore freeway. that is good news. clouds coming in and we'll look at fremont as another spot. this is the volume of traffic pretty much from both sides of the bay and south bay ask silicon valley. back to you. >> thank you, mike. coming up, convicted killer oscar pistorius heads home. the decision this morning from a south african judge a weak after the murder conviction.
olympic sprinter oscar pistorius bail -- despite his murder conviction. =vo= this a judge this morning granted oscar pistorius bail this despite a doubmurder conviction. his bail is 10,000 south african rand which is the equivalent of a little less than $700 u.s. this came after a court hearing overturned his manslaughter conviction saying he murdered
his girlfriend. he faces 15 years in prison when he's sentenced in april. his attorneys say he's going to appeal that new murder conviction to the south african supreme court. it is 5:15. we could soon learn more about a terror alert system here in the u.s. jay johnson announced a new system will better inform the public about threats to the united states. he says the intelligence community does a good job of thwarting attacks he planned overseas, but domestic terror attacks are more difficult to detect. more details about the alert system are expected to be revealed in the coming days. of all the strategies being discussed can you defeat terrorism by turning off the internet. >> something donald trump would like to try. not the most bizarre thing you said last week. but this idea of turning off the internet shows about a as much sophistication trump in the same speech in which he suggested banning muslims said he wanted to meet with bill gates to
"close up the internet." what precisely he meant by that is not clear and presuming you could clear up the internet, not sure what gates would have to do with that gates had nothing to do with the operation of the internet. one of the early criticism of gates is how badly he had underestimated the nrlt net. a study conducted by uber said uber drivers like uber probably not a surprise. but the number of drivers has more than doubled in the last year. that's amazing. 400,000 people now drive for uber, at least a few hours a week and a third of all the brand-new uber drivers who started in the past three months are women. let's check your news before the bell. landon dowdy is live at cnbc world headquarters. good morning. >> good morning, scott. the markets see more red arrows after stocks fell monday and closed off their lows and lower ahead of the opening bell and the energy sector leading the
way down yesterday as oil prices hit their lowest levels since 2009, around $37 a barrel after opec decided not to not cut production in the fight of cutting globalprices. the dow dropping 117 points to 1770. the nasdaq off 40 to 5101. scott, back over to you. ibm a beat sheepish this morning. and critics said, really? a hair dryer. the idea was to come up with clever things that you could do with a hair dryer and some of the engineers at ibm came up with a few examples. ibm said it really meant no offense by this and said it missed the mark and we should point out bm is led by a woman, but one of those honest efforts that nobody really thought through very carefully. >> hopefully no harm no foul. staying hydrated is easier the next time you find yourself strolling san francisco's
clement street. the latest water bottling station. if you're counting, they're now up to 69 of those stations with the goal being 100 throughout the city. this one located on clemente and third avenue. today's unveiling coincides with tonight's holiday stroll, an event organized by clemente street merchants. a storm on the bay area. dangerously large waves will crash on to nearby beaches. this is what pacifica looked like yesterday. high surf and strong rip tides have life guards on alert this morning. talking about those rip tides in 20-foot-tall waves yesterday. >> there you go. >> there you. >> what have we got going on today, a lot of fog and rain. >> thoses aren't going to be as high today. if you are headed to the beach, even though it is cloudy and dreary and maybe one of the hard-core surfers.
enjoy that for yourself. look at the san bruno cam. little fog developing over the city this morning. not as cold as it has been because we have those clouds insulating the surface. temperatures in the 50s for the most part, but as we head towards this weekend, it will get cold again and two chances of rain in that seven-day forecast. storm system moving through the pacific northwest. they have been dealing with rain for the past five days and major flooding there. this storm system is not the storm system that is going to move through the bay area. the one behind it. the storm door is already starting to open up and by the time we get into wednesday and thursday, wide open allowing for storms to move through. probably just a couple days every other we'll look at next week and maybe just a couple of d dry days. very active over the next ten days as we get more systems diving down south. clouds and fog this morning, but by this afternoon a few peeks of sunshine, especially for the inland valleys. look at this cloud cover really extensive across the north bay.
start to see showers around midnight and then tomorrow morning expect to see a wet commute, at least for the north bay. the rest of the bay area will stay dry until thursday. microclimate forecast for your tuesday. more sunshine the farther south you head and morgan hill up to 67 and more cloud cover in san francisco today and mid-50s and ocean beach stay cool at 55 degrees and napa 63 today and hayward up to 62 and more sunshine over towards the tri-valley. temperatures in the mid-60s there. let's fast forward to tuesday night. showers across the north bay and that will stay through wednesday. by thursday morning they start to pull back into san francisco down through the south bay ask really thursday morning we're expecting wide-spread rain and very strong winds and continue through the day on thursday through friday morning. start to clear out friday morning before another storm system moves in and sunday looks like our best bet and that will continue into monday morning. >> how are those roads moving? >> moving very well. a lot of folks just traveled
right here. actually, you see that slowing. changes right in front of our live camera. that's why you have it to check me. towards maps and little slowing right there and all those folks coming through any problems in livermore had rushed over towards that interchange and double build starting at 5:30 in the morning. see this build and rest of the bay moves very smoothly and take you up over here and the north bay we have an issue. fog here through fairfield and this is i-80 going over towards the central valley and sacramento fog right along that corridor. that's the worst of it. orange on our road weather index. the bridge toll plaza we'll show you that group starting to build, as well. lanes starting and in about the next ten minutes the metering lights turned on because the typical pattern for a tuesday. we'll track it, guys, back to you. >> thank you, mike. one step closer to rolling right through stop signs. the decision from the board of supervisors when it comes to
latest progress report on what's being done and what probably should be done to improve san francisco's traffic problems. the san francisco congestion report is issued once every two yeer yee years. that report covers several areas including transit performance times and pedestrian safety and the city's worst traffic bottleneck. that report will be presented later today at city hall. a new report out this morning from the state farm finds 29% of drivers admits that surfing the web while behind the wheel. that's up from 13% back in 2009. another 21% say they're reading their facebook or twitter feeds. the research finds texting still poses a greater threat of distracted driving. as you'd expect, state farm attributes the rate in web surfing through the prevalence of smartphones. a proposal to allow bicyclists to roll right through stop signs is heading to a full vote of san francisco
supervisors. >> a very divided board committee. the one descenting supervisor it's an untested idea. critics at the meeting say aing cyclists to ignore stop signs is a sure way to get people hurt. but the idea definitely has its supporters. >> i do think it this is the right direction for san francisco. every thinks our streets are too crowded. more people out of their cars and out of muni is better for everyone. >> they began ticketing cyclists for running stop signs and through stoplights over the summer. coming up next, growing backlash for donald trump, but he's not backing down. trump defending his plan to ban muslims from entering the u.s. his reasoning behind a very controversial proposal and reaction from other candidates in the race. scary moments unfold for passengers aboard an air france flight. the new details we're getting
starting off today hanging around the 50s or so for your tuesday morning. >> the fog is hanging out there. >> anthony slaughter is joining us, too. we're all hanging out here. welcome. >> we are seeing the fog and cloud cover blg just like we saw yesterday and we will see sunshine later on this afternoon. not all bad, even though we have the fog this morning. the good news is the fog acts as a blanket overnight. temperatures not as cold. later on this afternoon, temperatures moveilatal bit and we'll stick around with lots of cloud cover. 65 degrees for the south bay. mid-60s for the rest of the bay area and 60 for san francisco. we'll talk more about that big storm system headed our way. let's toss things over to mike and see the storm system. low clouds and fog hovering right above that deck of the bay bridge. the traffic flowing, good volume. the metering lights turned on any second here. these flashing lights, don't worry about that. we'll check that over the next few to be sure. as we look at your map, a smooth on the approaches and smoothing right there at the toll plaza.
the metering lights ready to go on. stall out of antioch and not a problem for the rest of your bay's commute. back to you. >> thank you very much at 5:30. new details now on some pretty scary moments onboard an air france flight from sfo was headed to paris last night but forced to make an emergency landing in montreal, canada, due to a bomb threat. we received these pictures from a passenger onboard. the airline since released a statement saying the crew of flight 83 decided to divert as a precautionary measure and landed just before midmontreal time. crew checked the plane with passengers onand gave it the all clear and the plane took off from montreal a few hours ago. the investigation is still under way to find the origin of that threat. happening today, recent terror attacks both at home and abroad have prompted homeland security to crack down on international air travel into the united states.
the security subcommittee is expected to pass several laws aimed at keeping extremists from entering the country. that includes legislation that would deny visa free travel to anyone who has been in iraq or syria any time in the past five years. officials say that around 20 million visitors come to the u.s. each year on the visa waiver program. much of the united states remains on edge following last week's deadly terror attack in san bernardino. this morning donald trump is gaining attention, once again, for his comments. he's calling for an all-out ban on muslims in the united states. >> "today in the bay" kris sanchez is keeping track of the story. many think it is part of growing backlash. >> in the last hour, donald trump responded to criticism of folks that say banning muslims from entering the u.s. makes him like hitler. he says he's more like franklin roosevelt. overnight, donald trump spoke
onboard the "uss yorktown" calling for a complete and other shut down based on his contention large number of. now, earlier this month, trump called for surveillance on all mosques and for muslims to have to register with the government. democrats are decrying that as unamerican and even republican candidates are distancing themselves, as well. this here is a multi-faith rally that was held outside the office in san jose and in attendance were members of the bay area chapter of care islamic relations who say they have gotten phone calls from people telling them to go home. telling them to go and die. the national leader of that council responded frankly saying that donald trump is playing right into the hands of radical islamists. >> they have no respect for human life. we have to do something. don'ty about profiling. i promise i will defend you from profiling. >> his ideas are not just
unconstitutional. they are unamerican. this rhetoric echoes the policies enacted by nazi germany against the jews. have we learned anything from history, mr. trump? >> donald trump claims that 25% of all muslims polled violence against the u.s. in the u.s. is justified. but he takes that statistic from the center for security policy. it is a conservative think tank. now, trump also cites pew research data. i couldn't find his specific statistics but their data from a poll shows that 86% of u.s. muslims say suicide bombing are rarely or never justified and that 48% of muslims say their religious leaders have not done enough to decry islamic extremists. now, donald trump says the u.s. is now at war with muslim extremists and that means everything is on the table. laura? >> boy, strong words out there, thank you very much, kris. 5:33 right now. last night the grieving san
bernardino community came together, once again, in an attempt to grieve and heal in the wake of last week's terror attack. some attendies lit candles for each one of the 14 victims killed. >> light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not over come it. >> that community attempts to heal, investigators are revealing more about the husband and wife terror team responsible for the massacre. this new photo shows tashfeen malik arriving in the u.s. with farook by her side. authorities also tracked their movements in the before the attack and found farook did target practice just before the shooting rampage. as this investigation continues, more survivers are giving their first-hand of the account of the terror that happened inside the conference room. >> it seemed endless. just never seems to stop. it was just constant gunfire. >> in another chilling twist. authorities disclosed a year before the rampage, farook's
co-workers underwent active shoot training in that very same conference room where he and his wife opened. it's not clear farook attended that training session. our coverage continues online at nbcbayarea.com. where you can find the latest on the san bernardino shooting investigation, as well as more reaction to donald trump's controversial comments. laura, all new this morning. two feep apeople in custody aft chase through several south bay cities. ended a little bit before 3:00 this morning on north fair oaks avenue in sunnyvale. started at least 30 mnths earlier in san jose when deputies were trying to pull over a stolen car. the chase covered three different freeways. that car had two flat tires by the time it was stopped. nobody was injured. police, meantime, investigating a suspicious death in newark. this happened last night at a home near mclaughlin avenue. they found a woman unresponsive inside the home while they were doing a welfare check.
they were unable to revive her. at least one person was detained by newark police and that two children were removed from that house. hundreds of parents are pulling their kids out of school anding up for teachers who want a raise in the east bay school district. >> stephanie chuan live where day two of the protests are expected. good morning, steph. >> good morning, laura and sam. we're expecting that protest here in a matter of hours in front of the school district office with parents willing to pull out their kids from school to attend a very clear message. and those are the parents protesting yesterday with kids by their side. the teachers' union saying the strike is very possible. parents say they're losing high-quality teachers because the district isn't paying them enough. each student who misses school costs about $37 for the district. yesterday they were four times the normal number of absences and more than 1,200 reported.
that means more than $44,000 lost in just one day. the district says this is taking away money when it's already operating in the red. >> it will make it worse, but it will not make us more able to give increases in salary and ben fits. >> i took my children out of school to help the parents back the teachers to show that we're ready to let the district know that we're really concerned about a strike happening. >> and the negotiations, the talks began back in february. they haven't gone very far. teachers say they're asking for 6.2% pay increase adding the district has gotten $26 million in revenue the last three years. the district says it can only afford a 1.5% raise. we're talking about two sides still standing pretty far apart here. the protest for day two is set to start at 10:00 this morning. live here in san lorenzo, stephanie chuang "today in the
bay." a shelter crisis that's what city leaders could declare tonight in an attempt to find housing for the growing homeless population. bob redell live in san jose this morning and this is becoming more urgent and wet, cold weather ahead of us. >> well, with the possibility of el nino, yes. and in these cold temperatures tonight isn't as cold as it has been. but we're, of course, approaching wintertime. you might recall it was about a week ago. last tuesday night, laura, that a man froze to death underneath an overpass just a few blocks away from san jose city hall. tonight in city hall, the city council will declare whether or not a shelter kriss and open up up to $430,000 to help the estimated 4,000 homeless people in santa clara county to get through the winter this winter season. at least through the end of march. now, by declaring a shelter crisis, the city could then allow faith-based organizations and churches to house some of
these people to put beds in their places. that's something that is not normally legally permitted. if you have a "shelter crisis declared" it is allowed under state laws. the city will consider opening up four warming centers and that's something they do on a pretty regular basis when the temps drop and then kreervesal idea that come up and that is the installation of a temporary tent city. now, mayor has already exed his oppositi to this he questions safety and where would you put this tent city. they're talking about tents up to about 50 people and also points out the fact that other cities have tried this like sacramento and seattle and, in his opinion, failed. reporting live outside san francisco city hall, bob redell, "toad "today in the bay." >> we're waking up to clouds this morning and low fog and
look at it for the next couple of hours and temperatures not as bad-temptures not feeling as old as they have. in the 50s in the most part and chilly in the south bay and as we head through the day in the south bay will be the warm spot. mid-60s for the peninsula and the east bay and even san francisco today and hit 60 briefly but most of the day right near degrees. we'll talk more about that storm system headed our way and how much rain we can see and another storm system and details on all that coming up in a little bit. mike, what have you got going on on those roads? >> a couple spots to watch. explain why we're seeing this type of pattern coming up in the next and come in westbound 580 and traffic is holding steady here and minor slowing as we look at your map approaching the dublin interchange. it backed off from where it was about half an hour ago and now starting to hit livermore. overall, you'll see the slower drive. tri-valley itself moves well. antioch no problem after that stall. clear from hill crest and we do have the metering lights on and the backup because they're on,
but, look, a light build off of the maze. back to you. the police impersonator and the investigation now under way after a bizarre attempted crime at a local grocery store. washington tries to figure out what to due bout terror on the internet. we'll talk about two ideas coming up in "business and tech." >> a live look at the san jose and "america's got talent" conditions are under way and laura is warming up her vocal cords for her audition. we'll post her audition tape a little bit later. police are looking for a bogus
officer on the peninsula -- who may be trying to foo coming up 5:45. police looking for a bogus officer on the peninsula who might be trying to fool businesses into forking over their cash. surveillance video shows the man who only looks like a san mateo police officer. he is wearing patches and a form that resemble the real thing. video from november 24th shows him walking the aisles at the crystal village springs safeway. the imposture told store workers he was investigating a theft. when the imposture asked where the store was keeping its cash, then the clerk became a little concerned. >> he panicked and was like, i'm going to call the police. the outfit threw her off. >> something stuck out.
the imposture left before deputies arrived. investigators are now trying to determine if the same man successfully robbed a nearby safeway store the week before. in the meantime, san jose police trying to track down a trio of burglars. three men broke into a san jose home back in september. they forced their way into a side garage door that took jewelry and crash before driving off in a red suv or posa jeep. police are also possibly looking for a fourth person who was the driver of that get away car. bay area pilot struck again by lasers. this time authorities knew exactly where the blinding beams of light were coming from. thanks to a special tracking device. the costa contra costa video sh deputies being hit three times in the past six weeks. california has the highest rate of laser strikes in the country. >> because we have the greatest population of any state and many
major airports in urban areas and great weather where people are outside most of the year. >> the aa says another reason for the spike, the lasers have actually dropped in price. it's 5:46. dianne feinstein's office is pushing for a bill to make social reports. >> they are quashing it as best as they can. >> one isis spokesperson keeps getting kicked off twitter reg ly but comes back but changes the number by one digit every time. she has proposed in the past forcing twitter and facebook and instagram and all the networks to report back to law enforcement any time they see what they may interpret as terror activity. "the hill" the newspaper that covers capitol hill says she'll try to attach this to an
intelligence bill already in the works. kris sanchez has been telling us all adonald trump's proposal to ban muslims from coming into the united states. that is the most notable thing he said at his speech aboard the "uss yorktown" and also proposed closing off the internet. what he exactly meant by that wasn't clear, but promised to meet with bill gates to do it. why bill gates wasn't terribly clear either. speaking of presidential politics, let's talk gas prices for a moment. mitt romney criticized president obama for high gas prices in the last campaign. inspired several of his cabinet because of high prices. it goes both ways. democrats blame george w. bush for high gas prices. not only do presidents get criticism for high gas prices, they don't get credit at all for low gas prices. the oil prices fell to seven-year lows monday after opec failed to agree on production cuts. inpresident shouldn't get credit as we often point out and i know you have, sam. the president doesn't have
control over gas and oil prices. but wouldn't you know it, you get blamed for highs and nobody gives you credit for lows. >> is pointing fingers. >> always the way it works in politics. an uphill battle. thank you very much. where is the love. like the love we give to our warriors. the waterfront arena project in san francisco looks to clear another hurdle. some people are liking it. the board of supervisors will hear the public's concerns about that proposed arena this afternoon before voting to sign off on the recently certified environmental impact report. in the meantime, the mission bay alliance, a group made up of ucsf supporters are filing a lawsuit. the group contends the site contains contaminated soil. as early as today, marin may get the green light for medical marijuana dispensaries. marin supervisors have approved the plan to allow four dispensaries to open in unincorporated parts of the county. located in central marin. all of them located in
commercial zoning districts. board members are expected to adopt that ordinance today, but there's no timeline on when the dispensaries may actually open. if you frequent farmers markets, you probably know some vendors don't sell produce. but some markets have strict restrictions on what could be offered. danville town council will meet to allow nor agricultural vendors and include more items like pastries and other prepared food. the drought are impact the number of booths that operate in danville and current rules provide little flexible. i guess bring on the hummus. >> greatimems to pick up at the farmers market. >> it's perfect. >> yeah. >> kettle corn. >> you said pastries you had me in. >> doughnuts. >> bagels. what are you interested in this morning, anthony? >> maybe some hot chocolate to go with it. >> whip up the forecast and i'll take credit for it, too.
forecast and get hosed. all right. won't take credit for that. let's talk about this fog we're dealing with this morning. you can see actually better than you could yesterday at this time. we have fog drifting over san jose. low clouds, again, visibility not all that bad considering we've got a little mixing happening in themous fear. that's that storm system allowing some wind to kick up. we're not seeing stagnant air and that allows that fog to settle down at the surface. visibility is still bad across parts of the north bay. napa, santa rosa down to a quarter of a mile. fairfield really dense fog there. down to just 1,000 feet. san francisco looking at visibility near a mile. half moon bay about five miles and in san jose, ten miles. we have clear visibility at the surface and, again, low clouds in place. san jose later on today. 65 degrees and 66 for sunnyvale and 57 today for pacifica and mid-50s for san francisco and you'll briefly hit 50 in some spots and cool and cloudy through most of the day and up in the north bay, temperatures right near 63 for napa and 62
for hayward and oakland mix of sun and clouds and tri-valley more sunshine today and back into the mid-60s. the storm system i have been telling you about will move in. across of the north bay. by thursday morning, the brunt of the heavy rain pushes through and that will move through during the heart of your rush hour. thursday 7:00. wet everywhere across the bay area and we could be talking about gusty winds, as well. gusts up to 35 miles per hour. even 45 at the coastline. now, thursday night, the system continues to roll on through. we'll see another shot of heavy rain into friday morning with a few thunderstorms and then we clear out by friday morning. by about 8:00 saturday looks to be a dry day, but then sunday another system comes this way. sunday afternoon into monday morning. and that could lead for a wet monday morning commute. overall, rain totals half an inch and up in the north bay, one to three and the coastal mountains, the most we've seen all year. three to five inches of rain. we'll talk more about that system headed to our weekend. >> we're looking that golden
gate bridge, anthony. tougher view. little bit tougher. the for the lights and you'll see some cloud cover drifting in. drivers are still able to make their way across the span, but this indicator of how things are changing. that mixing that is going on. we'll look at your map and not registering on our road weather index as a problem here at the golden gate bridge. much farther north. santa rosa and also talking about fairfield and i-80 between here and sacramento. that is tough visibility all along that drive and just a word of caution if that's your route. meanwhile bay bridge toll plaza a lighter build and that is the case for all over the east bay. slowing for highway 4. bay a live look at the only slower drive here and that's that first burst 101 at 680. back to you. 5:52. coming up next, convicted of murder and out on bail. special treatment? why olympic sprinter oscar pistorius is waking up at his home this morning.
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formally filed or not. 5:56. prau posal to allow bicyclists to roll through stop signs is heading to a vote of supervisors. a divided board just endorsed the proposal. the one descending supervisors says it's a bad idea. the idea definitely has its supporters. >> i do think this is the right direction for san francisco. everyone thinks our streets are too crowded. anything we can do to get more people out of their cars and out of muni and on to a bike is better for everyone. >> supporters began drafting the law after front police began ticketing cyclists for running through stops and stop signs over the summer. not clear yet if there are the 11 votes needed. staying hydrated tis going o be easier next time you find yourself rolling through clemente street. if you're counting, the city is
now up to 69 with the goal being 100 throughout san francisco. this one will be located on clement and third avenue. one of the busiest intersections in inner richmond. coincides with the clemmen time holiday stroll. happening today, the latest progress report on what's being done and what probably should be done to improve san francisco traffic problems. the san francisco congestion report is issued once every two years. of course, no shortage of material. it's authored by a city agency focused on congestion. the report covered several areas, including transit performance time, pedestrian safety and the city's worst traffic bottleneck. that report will be presented later today at city hall. right now at 6:00, a mid-air fears. the reason why a flight from bay area to paris was forced to make an emergen a landing.
the message that local muslims want him to hear. sit out in the east bay. parents pulling their kids out of school to show support for teachers. the move could be doing more harm than good "today in the bay" starts right now. it's an active tuesday morning. thank you very much for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. michael is in for keri. >> once again, looking at the fog and low clouds and visibility reduced especially across parts of the north bay. we're finding the densest fog. across the rest of the bay. low clouds and foggy, at least until about 11:00. after that, sunshine. in fact, the south bay today will see more sunshine than we saw yesterday warming us back to 65 degrees and same deal for the-valley. mix of sun and clouds and in san francisco today, you'll get close to 60 degrees and mainly cloudy through the day. we'll talk more about a storm system headed our way for wednesday and thursday and then another one for this upcoming weekend. quite an active pattern. let's toss it over to mike. how active is it on those roads?
>> active meaning there are cars out there. look at the bay bridge toll plaza and metering lights on and filled in all lanes off of the maze and the lanes moving and easy drive on thuproaches. we'll take you to san jose where we'll see the other slow traffic visible for our camera. 101 northbound up to 880. that stretch only. the rest of the silicon valley area is moving very well at the speed limit. we'll check on the san mateo, as well. on the peninsula side, westbound 92 coming off that high rise and a smooth drive and you can even see that flat section where visibility is better than it was. watch that north bay, as anthony said. back to you. >> thank you very much, mike. 6::00 right now. new details and an all-clear for an air france flight out of sfo. right now flight 83 is back in the air making its way to paris after a bomb threat forced pilots to make an emergency landing in